This section provides the performance summary of different Google Workspace CSE services managed through CCKM on the CipherTrust Manager server. The summary describes:
What is the configuration (CPU, RAM, and Disk) of each server?
Where are the clients located in relation to the servers?
What are the minimum network requirements for reliable connectivity?
How many requests per second (RPS) are handled in different scenarios?
This section describes the test environment in which the performance of the CCKM Google Workspace CSE service has been tested. The performance numbers provided in this section are based on this setup.
Actual performance numbers in your environment can be different. The results can vary based on factors such as how and where the CipherTrust Manager is deployed, the CipherTrust Manager resources, the location of clients, the network connectivity, and how the traffic is load-balanced.
Virtual CipherTrust Manager k170v deployed to
Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Physical Appliance k570
k6 (an open-source load testing tool) is used as a client to simulate traffic between the Google Workspace CSE and the CipherTrust Manager.
The k6 client is deployed on the Google Cloud in the
The following ports must be open for CipherTrust Manager/CCKM communication:
|PostgreSQL (for Cluster)
Refer to the following sections for performance numbers, comparison graphs, and conclusion of performance for the Google services managed through CCKM on the CipherTrust Manager server.